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26 Things You Need To Do in Chicago This Fall

Lincoln Park Conservatory (Chicago Pin of the Day, 8/8/2014).

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Willis Tower. Better known as Sears Tower to native Chicagoans!

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Chicago Blackhawks Hockey Fans at the Chicago Victory Parade, Friday 6/28/2013

Blackhawks Stanley Cup T-Shirts | GAFY.com Blog

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Need information on All Things Jewish in Chicago? Check out the JUF News 2014 Guide to Jewish Living - in print and online!

Adam Reischerz seeks a Minyan to say kaddish for his late father prior to the 2013 Chicago Marathon - and finds community: "I am a runner. Months ago, I registered for the Chicago Marathon. It wasn't my first marathon; it won't be my last, but Chicago is special. I grew up here, have family here, and although I left seven years ago, I still feel connected to this great city."

The story of the Emanuel brothers (Rahm, Chicago mayor and former White House advisor; Ezekiel, renowned bio-ethicist; and Ari, leading Hollywood talent agent) provides an extraordinary lens on Jewish-American life in the second half of the twentieth century.

White Sox Spring Training at Camelback Ranch.

Help JUF go the distance SUPPORT TeamJUF at the 2013 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Help the team raise money and awareness for the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, one of the largest not-for-profit social welfare institutions in Illinois and the central address of Chicago's Jewish community. JUF provides critical resources to 300,000 Chicagoans of all faiths and two million Jews in Israel and around the world.

Jan. 4, 2013: Mark Kirk's triumphant return to Congress, plus a field guide to heckling and 4 stars for "Zero Dark Thirty."

Happy New Year, Cubs fans!

Oy! Chicago - Find your inner Jew in this online community for Jews in the Loop

Project: Lurie Garden, Millenium Park Location: Chicago Designers: Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, Piet Oudolf & Robert Israel More Info: www.landezine.com...

Chagall, Four Seasons

The Grand Staircase Art Institute of Chicago

Dignified Chicago Picasso

1960's Hasbro Pie Face game TV commercial Check out the Chicago connection at the Chicago History Museum

PLANNING FOR ART: Chicago revising cultural and economic development strategy. // The Architect's Newspaper “The arts are political,” said attorney Michael Dorf, who directed the process that created Mayor Washington’s plan. “They enrich us, they enrage us, they move us to action. And anything that does that is political.”

Spertus Institute - Chicago - Krueck and Sexton Architects, interior

Rooftop celebrants along Sheffield Avenue outside Wrigley Field in 2004.

The Crown Fountain in Chicago by Krueck + Sexton Architects // I always wanted to know how it was done...

WPA Posters - Brookfield Zoo

On a late winter Thursday in 1962, 'L' riders exit a Loop-bound Ravenswood "B" train at Chicago. Today, this would be a Brown Line train.

Chicago’s flag, officially adopted by the City Council in 1917, will be the central figure of the celebration of the Semi-Centennial of the Chicago Fire. (description of blue and white bars omited) The six-pointed star nearer the staff symbolizes the Chicago fire of ‘71; the other the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1892-3, the two great formative events of Chicago’s history. — from the Chicago Herald and Examiner, Oct. 2, 1921

Walking home from work has its perks. This view is one of them.

Jewish involvement in organized labor, like the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union, is one of the stories in “The Jewish Americans.” Left, members of the garment workers’ union in Chicago in 1935.

Wicker Park.